Thrasios, Triton Hero
Legendary Creature — Merfolk Wizard
: Scry 1, then reveal the top card of your library. If it's a land card, put it onto the battlefield tapped. Otherwise, draw a card.
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Thrasios, Triton Hero Discussion
3 days ago
RobertoSjaa: Group Hug is bad in competitive. It's pretty bad in casual too. But Yukriko isn't a group hug commander. And while she's good, she doesn't live in the same space as commanders like Thrasios, Triton Hero or Najeela, the Blade-Blossom . I get that you have a Yuriko deck listed on your account and I have see na lot of comments on lists like these that effectively boil down to "I run commander XYZ and they're really good so they should be in the top bracket" but unfortuately that's not a good argument since its pretty subjective (and generally introduces a bunch of bias).
casual_competitive: That's a pretty white noise comment you got there, care to expand?
1 week ago
Blacandrin: Budgetless Kenrith decks are very similar to Thrasios, Triton Hero decks in that all they need to go off is infinite (blue) mana. And while Thrasios can get away with colourless mana, Kenrith lets you run red cards as well as frees up a slot in the 99.
2 weeks ago
Since you are playing Tatyova, Benthic Druid what about Aesi, Tyrant of Gyre Strait . I dont know if you want the landfall ability in your deck but there are a lot more great inclusions to make in a simic deck. While being on this whole Landfall thingy, Pearl Lake Ancient works then very nice.
I think Reality Shift is not bad but Ravenform should be a better fit here, also there is Rapid Hybridization Since you are already playing big bad creatures what about a good ol' Hadana's Climb Flip Since you are short on removal what about big bad Terastodon , yes it will bounce back with your very flavourfull boardwhipe Whelming Wave but afterall, that's something good, so you can replay it ;) Dont underestimate the value of a Krosan Grip , Splitsecond can catch people on the wrong foot, interrupting combos.
Talking about Whelming Wave why not double down and put a Cyclonic Rift in there aswell? Or for flavour this guy: Kederekt Leviathan . Or something rather stupid: Aethersquall Ancient and since you are most likely to be behind on board i'd slam an Evacuation right in there aswell. And maybe even one River's Rebuke and a Coastal Breach even Inundate should be fine here.
Kodama of the East Tree seems like a good fit here, to cheat out some of the expensive stuff when you cast another one already, also works on lands. Something that works similar would be Imoti, Celebrant of Bounty . More on the topic cheating the mana cost, what about an Elvish Piper or a Quicksilver Amulet
Something protective is always good Thryx, the Sudden Storm
Your carddraw seems to be based on playing creatures with Garruk's Uprising and Elemental Bond (which is better in your deck because of it's Synergy with the tokens from Koma, Cosmos Serpent . But you can double down on that with cards like Guardian Project , Beast Whisperer , and The Great Henge . Colossal Majesty works similar to you but since you are ablte to include very high CMC stuff just slam a Zendikar Resurgent in there aswell.
Now to some more flavour which might not be good, but flavour you know? Kiora Bests the Sea God
and last something very special, you are already very high in CMC, why not double down and play a Keruga, the Macrosage , you can double down and play it as your companion, that'd be fun. You wont miss out on too much. A lot of it is also available in 3CMC like Disallow , Saw It Coming , Simic Locket or Search for Tomorrow Some cards have CMC 3 but you can still do stuff on turn 1 and 2 ;) but that's up to you and how much you want to go down that road of memes and shattered dreams.
Lands looks fine, but since you are able to untapp some lands, maybe use a Lotus Field or atleast a Castle Garenbrig . Since your Devotion can be very high at somepoint Nykthos, Shrine to Nyx but be worth it.
2 months ago
You would need a very tutor-heavy deck to get the Bird every game, and to do that you'd probably want to be in BG. But to make sure you can even RUN the bird, and also Sakashima's Will, you'd need to be in BUG. I'd personally suggest Thrasios, Triton Hero if you were to go for that particular strategy.
2 months ago
I can't help but feel i'm missing some vital peace of information that everyone else seems to know
When discussing the cards i love to play
and card recommendations i suggest others to use
I seem to bother alot of people
I often hear warnings
The cards are poor choices
They would only work in a weak casual environment
In a cedh game they would be useless
and so on
now when talking about cedh
im assuming the reference is in the main stream decks
like Thrasios, Triton Hero, Kess, Dissident Mage,Zur the Enchanter, etc
you know the decks you see on youtube channels like playing with power
the ones listed all over edhrec
the ones that any google search of cedh will give you a complete listing of how to build and play
the ones that when ever i go to an lgs now days there at least 1 player in every pod playing
i've never struggled against these decks
i don't mean to offend anyone but its kinda like going against precons
meaning i already know what it is and how to stop it before the game begins
therefore i don't perceive it as a threat
am i missing something ?
i was always under the impression that
competitive edh meant consistent win con by turn 5
semi casual means consistent win con turns 5+
and casual means win con turns 10+
is my understanding of competitive play wrong?
2 months ago
If we're talking about colourless mana sinks, Thrasios, Triton Hero is probably one of the best. once yu have infinite mana, you have access to your deck which means you can do whatever you want from there. That way you can get access to mana converters if required and assemble any required win condition from there. The other benefit of this is that having a mana sink in the command zone means that it's one less piece you have to fish up.
As for infinite mana sinks to actually end games, damage/loss of life are good ones. Generally with Damage, it means you can get rid of creatures too which may be stopping you from winning. Oona is also good (though less good if not your commander) since she does work outside of combo but also permanently removes resouces.
The issue with letting your opponent draw cards is that potentially you're giving them resources before winning. So you need to make sure that your can either force them to draw at instant speed, or you force them to draw all in one big hit (think Blue Sun's Zenith).
As stated, you typcially also want a card that does soemthing outside of combo. Valakut Invoker is an ok infinite mana sink, but is pretty crap outside of that. 8 mana for a Lightning Bolt is a bit steep.
2 months ago
This issue I see here is the “fizzle”. This deck will be explosive for turns 1-3, but then will likely flail spasmodically the rest of the game unless the board is reset. God forbid the group have one or two moderate control decks in the pod. The Rograkh, Son of Rohgahh Voltron Aggro Equipment deck you have here would work best if you splashed with another color or two:
These outside colors grant more sustainability to your deck, draw, tutoring, power increase for commander damage, and evasion tactics.
Kediss, Emberclaw Familiar is a fantastic card that I also use in my Uril Voltron, but offers nothing more than a 99 slot.